"I'm going to pat myself on the back and say ‘I told you so,'" Leonard Hamilton said. "It's a great league. The best league in the history of college basketball. And it's getting better."
Florida State's Dwayne Bacon has been named the ACC Player of the Week by the conference office.
The Florida State men's basketball team is ranked No. 12 in this week's Associated Press poll, its highest in-season ranking in nearly 25 years.
Sophomore Dwayne Bacon tallied a career-high 29 points by converting 6-of-9 3-pointers—including the game-winner—as 20th-ranked Florida State posted a 60-58 victory over 11th-ranked Virginia
Florida State travels to play at No. 11/12 Virginia at the John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday, December 31, 2016 at 2:00 p.m.
Bacon and Rathan-Mayes became the first set of Florida State teammates to top the 20-point mark in the same contest since Bacon and Malik Beasley achieved the feat on March 21, 2015 against Davidson.
Jarquez Smith grew up in Haddock, Ga., about two hours southeast of Atlanta, with both of his parents and his 11 brothers and sisters. Jarquez is the youngest.
Leonard Hamilton sees plenty of room for his team to improve between now and next Wednesday, when his Florida State men's basketball team begins ACC play against Wake Forest.
Illiteracy has always been a problem in the United States and continues to be an issue to this day.
Dwayne Bacon scored 16 points and was one of three FSU players in double figures, along with Xavier Rathan-Mayes (10) and Trent Forrest (10), as the 23rd-ranked Noles won their seventh straight game.
Terance Mann's energy fuels the Noles and has earned him the position of captain as a sophomore.
Depth, Leadership & Unselfishness